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in october where texas senator john cornyn asked eric holder, have you talked to them at all? have you talked to the terry family to have you apologize for what happened? and eric holder said no. that was a little embarrassing, not on the level of self that but a public relations way. so instead of just apologizing right away, eric holder released a letter of apology to the press before the entire terry family was capable of reading it. >> does anyone in the justice department, or pure of our call to buckle and firearms come home and see beauty, does anyone dispute that two of e firearms found at the scene, brian terry's murder, were from this program? is that key that indiscreet? >> that defect of their from this, is not in dispute. but whether this program was a direct result of brian terry's murder is in dispute. and attorney general eric holder has made a point. he said it's not fair to assume that this program is why brian terry was killed spent you agree with that? >> i disagree. because the weapons that were left at the scene where given to these cartel members spent but as you said, t
on. i had one story abua doctor in texas h a wed ic raldsrcy the drug, so in the case he gave me many documents but i also interviewed thedmeof ta tea this book is patients because as a journalist i get a lot of e-mails and phone calls romai tv fe fcthsr thd g e enatr armed if they do get a settlement, and often they do it is to ee the story and it's just an otrages orsif ysur >>t:adet reg er talking about sources. but you wrote several times about different publications and homes do'clpndrgournalists who foior i erou iifoio. ipetoread a you mentioned my master's project advisorso i thought it s wohrautst beey isuiede epe hait aarticle basically cale elma that appeared in "the new york times" magazine. so i asked her because you talk about the fact we havefive wheerorh sry plener ts ne ft cn tws uc ilsn't disclosed and the articl and you talk about how you reached ill r iofe times and never goty. at a ad butelg that should have mentioned the research connection in the story. it was such a comlicated t wilste rioa we acsifo h reaan d w m n n' eg stat wohand should have included a par
in their about eight.during texas who witnessed the clinicaltal h reie t ata drug. some in this case again the many, many documents. but then i also interviewed fda because they had been irregularities. so i talked o b urf hbook is patience because i was beginning to get a lot of e-mails and phone calls from patients who have different effects from tser thdngutiewhe harmed is often its from an order where you never hear the stories. i was just too outrageous stories. so a lot of my sources he ar omie hs. >> host: i ave something interesting here. we were just talking about sources. he wrote several times about sources and journalists who write about some of these tracks healk about that very piece ine rmn ey erab ifoat. have seen to be reading and thought you saw someone i actually knew, my advisor who i thought was worth reaching out to. went to the uversity of california berkeley and studied brn r atcle youwe write in here come the dilemma in "the new york times" magazine. so i asked hr because he talk about the facwe had five experts included in r st tio th ws producinghormone the thera
story in there about a doctor in texas whoha an so, in the case he gave me many of many documents and i interviewed him but also interview the fda because they haddosesisoue of s okt tit because as a journalist i was beginning to get a lot of e-mails and phonecalls from patients who h diffent drrsfefrhe sainouti w ge afthe do, it mes with a gag order. was hearing jt outrageous stories so a lot of my sources h wag waay thpatits tha leerng werj tngab urbuu hot ve times about different publications, newspapers and journalists who wrote about some of these dugs hat you talk ou therapi and how sotimetheyoine rmn te ce oumiima. en bad s that you mentioned someone that i actually knew, one of my master's projects -- so i thought it was worth reaching out to h. r. carnery di udunstnio it nre y thlewh appeared in the york times magazine. so i asked her becausyou talk about the fact that you ha fi pertwhareexpes rmonreemeut coieat pcith er dwan scd in the article and that was a problem. i think y talked about how you had reached out to the times and never got a reonse. ied h what s thoug abouhi
when hillary clinton was winning big states like texas, california, ohio, and pennsylvania, and president obama was winning smaller states, and even those hillary clinton won over sometimes over 50% of the vote obama got a fair share of the delegates. some estimated if the jackson rules were not in place, perhaps, obama wouldn't have gotten the nomination in 2008. >> host: it was close, neck and neck. >> guest: very close, very neck and neck. you know, but you also have the public officials who were these special delegates too, and they were split on down the line too waiting to see who is gone, when this epic battle is in the primary, but i think people sort of forget, and even though jesse jackson used the coalition type strategy in the negotiations, it was all about independent black politics. we have all of these delegates, you know, this is a process that's unfair to candidates in general, particularly for this, and there's other issues but we're going to use the leverage of these mostly black delegates to get this one policy change within a democratic party, and so fo
texas, california, ohio and pennsylvania and barack obama was winning smaller states, and even though hillary won sometimes over 50%, winning over 50% of the vote, barack obama got a share of the delegates and some estimated that, if if the jackson rules were not in place, perhaps barack obama wouldn't have gotten the nomination in 2008. >> host: it was pretty close. >> guest: very close, very neck-and-neck. you also have the public officials and they were split down the line too because it there was this epic a tool in the primaries. but i think people sort of forget and even though jesse jackson is sort of the coalition type strategy in his negotiatiot independent black politics. we have all these delegates and this is a process that is unfair to candidates in general, particularly for this candidacy and there'll be seven or issues so we are going to use the leverage of these mostly black delegates to get this one policy change within the democratic party. and so, poor jesse because in 2008 he will be remembered for making those unfortunate comments on "fox news," but as i say in th
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